The Montreal Canadiens proceeded with the Quebec emergency call of LaValle Rockets Joel Tisdale and Frederic Allard on Tuesday.
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The second leading scorer to Jean-François Holly’s men with 23 hits, Tisdale could get a taste of the National Hockey League for the first time. Never drafted, the 24-year-old left winger is in his third campaign with the MLS school club.
Tisdale, product of the Plainville-Boisbriand Armada and Rowen-Noranda Huskies, has accumulated 38 points in 57 games this season.
“I’ve had a good streak lately and it just crossed my mind,” Tisdale said of a possible call-up with the Habs. when martin [St-Louis] and Kent [Hughes] You met me yesterday [lundi]They told me that was my reward for this year. I was so happy.”
“I sleep very little and I’m very excited,” he added after the morning workout.
“It’s such a pleasure to do for a player,” St. Louis said. I went to watch the game at Laval yesterday. Big win for them. Having the opportunity to deliver such news to a player is good.
Meanwhile, Allard will be on his second assignment with the Canadians. Acquired from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Nate Schnarr, he played defense in the March 5 game against the Vegas Golden Knights. In five matches at Laval since then, he has not collected any points.
“I am very happy. I didn’t expect to have another chance at the end of the season,” Allard said.
“To wear a Canadiens jersey, whether it’s once or 200 times, is a dream every time.”
On Sunday, CH returned MLS forwards Rafael Harvey Benard and Jesse Ylonen as well as defender Corey Schoenemann and goalkeeper Kayden Primo.
CH trained at Brossard on Tuesday in preparation for their match the next day against the Islanders in New York.
CH training in training
- Hoffmann – Suzuki – Armia
- Goryanov Darwin Farrell
- Matheson Barron
- Edmundson Wideman
- Kovačević – Allard
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